Six Beauty Tips for the Party Season
Choose the Right Dress
Find the perfect figure-flattering frock, whether you prefer a slinky little black dress, a glamorous sequinned number or a glitzy maxi-length dress guaranteed to make heads turn. There’s nothing like wearing a dress that makes you feel like a million dollars.
Treat Yourself to a Glam New Hair Do
This is always a great way to fill yourself with confidence just in time for the Christmas party season. Alternatively, if you don’t want to commit to a radical new cut or colour, why not just try a new style, such as a messy up-do for understated sex appeal or maybe long sleek waves, easily achieved with a blow dryer and straightening irons?
Care for Your Complexion
Bad skin can be the bane of any party season, whether you have an ill-timed pimple, dark circles or skin that’s been stripped of moisture by the dry winter air. For spots, choose a yellow-based concealer to dull the redness. To add some life to dull winter skin, use a sassy powder blush in a rich berry hue. Then of course there is always fake tan – the perfect way to add a slick golden shimmer to your skin without having to spend hours lying on a beach to achieve the same effect. Finish off with some illuminator to highlight your cheekbones, and you are sure to sparkle.
Prep Those Pins
Make sure your legs are party-prepped by getting them waxed a couple of days before your next event. Alternatively, if you find yourself strapped for time, simply slick some baby oil on to your pins and shave – your legs will be left smooth, silky and undeniably party-ready.
Whiten Until You Sparkle
Too many glasses of red wine at all those Christmas parties can have a dulling effect on your teeth. Get those pearly whites gleaming again with a whitening session provided by skilled professionals such as a dentist in SW1; for more information check out www.uksmile.com and get ready to flash those teeth with confidence.
Take Care of Yourself
Too much partying can leave you feeling tired and run-down. Make sure you get plenty of rest and drink lots of (non-alcoholic) fluids, especially water and fresh fruit juices, to ensure you stay hydrated. Decent amounts of sleep, exercise and healthy food are also party season essentials.